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Hang On and Light Up

February 24, 2015 12:03 pm
Hang On and Light Up

Going camping? There is nothing worse than when night falls and all of a sudden you are left in complete darkness! Light up your next trip with the Blackfire camplight lantern. It is a one-of-a-kind, dual-action LED lantern that doubles as a flashlight and clamps onto virtually anything, illuminating all […]

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How Canada Fails People with Mental Illnesses

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How Canada Fails People with Mental Illnesses

Canada Needs Improved Access to Mental Healthcare Services In any developed country, politicians and clinicians are struggling to improve quality of care while reducing costs of healthcare systems. To remedy this, groups of doctors across North America–including here in Canada–have banded together to create lists of medical procedures or tests […]

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Art Galleries of Ottawa: Exploring Canada’s Capital from an Artists Perspective Part 2

February 23, 2015 2:59 pm
Art Galleries of Ottawa: Exploring Canada’s Capital from an Artists Perspective Part 2

The Byward Market: Come for the Food, Stay for the Art Long before humans first discovered the ability to communicate via the spoken word, our conversations were of a more visual nature, relying on pictures and symbols to convey our thoughts and emotions. The cornerstone of civilization is occupied by […]

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Baked Cowboy Chili Casserole

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Baked Cowboy Chili Casserole

Recipe courtesy of the USA Rice Federation Chilly outside? Chili inside! Always a satisfying crowd pleaser, this recipe elevates the chili experience to another level of delicious. Sophisticated enough for holiday entertaining, this casserole uses top sirloin beef cubes and black rice to replace ground beef and beans. Ingredients: 1-1/2 […]

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